IndiePix Studios, the virtual studio and IndiePix production arm that launched in June, has unveiled the five films on its inaugural slate.

IndiePix has invested more than $700,000 in the projects and will serve as executive producers on every title. IndiePix Studios chief Ryan Harrington said he planned to release the films on the 2009 festival circuit.

The roster is headed by award-winning documentarians Annie Sundberg and Ricki Stern's The End Of America, in which the film-makers behind The Trials Of Darryl Hunt and The Devil Came On Horseback adapt Naomi Wolf's political polemic about freedom and democracy.

Paola Mendoza and Gloria LaMorte's US-Colombian immigration drama Entre Nos (Just Between Us) is a New York-set drama co-funded by the Film Fund of the Government of Colombia that begins shooting on August 19.

Gabriel Noble and Marjan Tehrani's P Star's Redemption is a documentary about a single father with high hopes for his nine-year-old rapper son that took four years to make. Samantha Buck's 21 Below takes place in Buffalo, New York, and chronicles a family's struggle to stay together in the face of extraneous forces, while Nicole Quinn's Slap And Tickle charts a Depression-era black girl's stark choices in life. provides an online film-making forum where film-makers can submit their projects for distribution and can monitor sales and accounting statements, review contracts and network with other film-makers.

'The fact that we have our own distribution entity, IndiePix Films, that we can use in conjunction with other distribution companies to help support the life of our films, is an important additional factor for these titles,' Harrington added.